IBPS PO Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers Practice online test 7

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1 .
The sum of the ages of A, B and C at present is 85 years. 10 years ago the ratio of their ages was 1 : 3 : 7. The present age of C is what percentage of the present age of B?
A.  55.55% B.    80%
C.  120% D.    180%
E.    300%
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2 .
13 men and 12 women earn Rs. 11120 in 8 days. 9 men and 11 women earn Rs. 12840 in 12 days. In how many days will 8 men and 15 women earn Rs. 17400?
A.  12 days B.    13 days
C.  14 days D.    15 days
E.    16 days
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3 .
Two pipes can separately fill a tank in 10 hours and 40 hours respectively. Both the pipes are opened together to fill the tank, but when the tank is half-filled a leakage develops, through which $1\over2$ of the water supplied by both the pipes leaks out. What is the total time taken to fill the tank?
A.  8 hours B.    10 hours
C.  12 hours D.    16 hours
E.    18 hours
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4 .
Two stations X and Y are 1040 km apart. A train starts from station X at 11 am, and moves towards Y at a speed of 40 kmh, and the other train starts from Y at 1pm and moves towards X at a speed of 80 kmh. At what time will both the trains meet?.
A.  7 pm B.    11 pm
C.  8 pm D.    10 pm
E.    9 pm
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5 .
A square park is surrounded on the outside by a path 2m wide. If the area of the path is 184 sq m, then what will be the area of the park?
A.  400 sq m B.    441 sq m
C.  484 sq m D.    529 sq m
E.    576 sq m
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6 . The following graph shows the net percentage profit of two companies, A and B for the period 2006 to 2012

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If the income of Company A in year 2007 is Rs.85.8 lakh, then what will be its expenditure (in Rs.) in that year?
A.  56 lakh B.    65 lakh
C.  72.8 lakh D.    97.64 lakh
E.    113.256 lakh
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7 . The following graph shows the net percentage profit of two companies, A and B for the period 2006 to 2012

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If in year 2012 the expenditure of Company A was Rs. 90.6 lakh, what was its income (in Rs.) in that year?
A.  139.18 lakh B.    148 lakh
C.  138.2 lakh D.    140.43 lakh
E.    144.64 lakh
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8 . The following graph shows the net percentage profit of two companies, A and B for the period 2006 to 2012

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In which of the following years is the percentage increase in the profit of Company A the highest over the preceding year?
A.  2007 B.    2009
C.  2010 D.    2011
E.    none of these
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9 . The following graph shows the net percentage profit of two companies, A and B for the period 2006 to 2012

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In which of the following years is the difference between the income and the expenditure of Company B the maximum?
A.  2006 B.    2008
C.  2011 D.    2012
E.    none of these
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10 . The following graph shows the net percentage profit of two companies, A and B for the period 2006 to 2012

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If in the year 2008, the expenditure of Company A and the income of Company are Rs. 84 lakh each, what is the difference (in Rs.) between the income of Company A and the expenditure of Company B in that year?
A.  48.6 lakh B.    50.4 lakh
C.  51 lakh D.    53.2 lakh
E.    57.6 lakh
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